Taking the list, checking it twice …
“Speculating about souls is not a job for police and prosectors.”
“Frankly surprised” at punt on obstruction.
“What do you want to do, Andy, wire the president?”
“So that happened.”
“He’s being as forthcoming as he can.”
Good news for “Resistance Inc”?
“I’m not rooting for anything at all”?
Send in the clowns.
“Just because government collects information doesn’t mean that information is accurate.”
“The conversation was not about removing the president”? Come on, man.
“That is something I’ll be raising in a civil lawsuit I’ll be bringing against the Department of Justice.”
Wheels within empty wheels.
Round ’em up, swear ’em in
“The word for this kind of scheme is ‘coup’.”
Rosenstein out soon?
“They are clearly tying up loose ends.”
With “potentially disastrous implications.”
“We will be doing a major Counter Report to the Mueller Report.”
Also: Nauert to the UN.
Not again …
Principals and principles.
“I want you to vote. Pretend I’m on the ballot.”
Question the timing.
“Rosenstein was coordinating with two people in the administration to invoke the 25th Amendment”
“One of the most disgraceful performances I’d ever seen.”
“But we should be able to ask questions about what took place in that meeting.”
“If it needs to get pushed a few hours or to the next day, maybe it will.”
Freedom Caucus hardest hit?
Calling a bluff?
“None of Mr. Rosenstein’s proposals apparently came to fruition.”
“I don’t think we should be cavalier with this process or this term.”
Ethics or “high crimes and misdemeanors”?
“Time is up and the consequences are here.”
“We’ve seen the bias. We need to see the evidence.”
“He’s going to continue to take this pummeling until the President actually fires him.”
Pro-China groups now involved.
The naughty list
Promotes anti-trust law, but not involved in Google suit.